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o privatize social security, risking it on the stock market. congressman heck just doesn't care about people like us. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. as election day is just one week away. why nevada is still very much in play helping to decide the presidential race... and the tactic donald trump is
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the sema show is officially underway. we take you onto the convention floor to see the latest tech and gadgets that are really catching the eye of car industry insiders. plus: (("i have not stopped crying. every time i think about it, it just replays in my mind." )) ((paul joncich)) a popular snapchat feature... being called "reckless." we hear snapchat's response... after a driver bragged about going nearly 115- miles- per hour... moments before a deadly crash.///
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training center near lamb and bonanza at 3:15. it is open to the public... and then on thursday night... bill clinton will stump for hillary at the cox pavillion. we have information on both events on las vegas now dot com. this is ahead of the early voting cut-off on friday. already nearly 500- thousand people have voted in nevada. ((christianne klein)) meanwhile donald trump is focusing on issues he believes will help get his supporters to the polls... mainly the affordable care act: ((donald trump/(r) presidential nominee) "i will ask congress to convene a special session so that we can repea ((christianne klein)) >> trump says the recent hike on premiums for people with insurance through the affordable care act proves the president's plan doesn't work. and trump's running mate, mike pence... says hillary clinton is the wrong person to try and fix the system. the latest washington post, abc news national poll has trump edging ahead of clinton with a one point lead./// ((paul joncich)) a dustup between the two parties here in nevada...
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((christianne klein)) >> the state's democratic party is suing the state republican party... along with donald trump's campaign... to stop alleged voter intimidation. politics now anchor patrick walker is here to explain. ((patrick walker)) >> lawsuits are pending in four states... including nevada. democrats are essentially asking a judge to stop efforts by republicans and the trump campaign... that it says are meant to supress and intimidate minority voters. ((patrick walker)) democrats filed this lawsuit in u-s district court this week. party of conspiring to commit voter intimidation and voter suppression efforts. the complaint lists three instances in nevada... two in clark county. one of the complaints... that a trump supporter "harrassed and intimidated" people who weren't voting for trump... by yelling at them in an alleged effort to keep them from voting. the other allegation... that a trump campaign poll observer was asked to leave this early voting location near south rainbow and the 215...
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people standing in line waiting to vote. none of the parties would go on camera... but on filing the lawsuit... nevada democratic party spokesman stewart boss issued a statement... saying "we have every confidence that a record number of nevada voters will make their voices heard in this election, and we are committed to helping them do so." nevada republican party chairman michael mcdonald condemned the alleged actions... telling us "we have zero tolerance for any attempt to intimidate voters from exercising their constitutional rights. the arguments made by the nevada democratic party are nothing do not reflect the efforts of our operation." and the trump campaign released a statement... saying "the campaign is doing everything in accordance with applicable law-the suit does not challenge this, and asks only that the law be followed, which the campaign is already doing." ((patrick walker)) >> the lawsuit seeks to put a halt to the alleged intimidation tactics. there will be an emergency hearing on the matter tomorrow at 3:30 p-m in federal court here in las vegas./// ((paul joncich))
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final week of the campaign... keeping you updated on air and online at las vegas now dot com./// ((tedd florendo)) ((( cooler temps today with mostly clear skies and calmer winds. breezes earlier have subsided around the region giving way to a nice halloween day and night. expecting temps to cool off to the 60's by nightfall and temps are actually 10 degrees cooler than yesterday with the passage of the cold front and now cool north breezes. .. here's your evening forecast tonight dropping to the 60's after 70's this afternoon. winds stay light thankfully after those bigger breezes yesterday and today. humidity still remains higher than what we typically get in the desert. low 50's by late tonight.
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((paul joncich)) >> we get an update on this very active volcano... that's next on the valley's news leader.///
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thousands from the auto industry have made their way to las vegas this week for the annual "sema show". yesterday... i got a sneak peek of the cars outside of the convention center.. but this morning the doors opened... and our own nia wong was one of the first to see what's new and exciting in the automotive specialty world. "well, sema organizers tell me they expect 140,000 people to come out to this year's convention. as you can see below me....a showroom packed for the50th anniversary. now i spoke with peter macgillibray - vp of communications. exhibitors - none of which are the same. he says you can tie a lot of trends happening at this convention to patterns outside of sema. for example: the economy. trucks are making a big comeback this year and he says that's due to lower gas prices fueling this trend. also another one: compact cars. he says that's a generational tie. macgillivray says younger people are showing a lot of enthusiasm for these models because of their style and he says also
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"now with this being a trade show, it's not just for people within the industry. consumer enthusiasts are invited to come out this friday at 4 o clock for a parade of the best of the best highlights of the show. reporting from the convention center. nia wong 8 news now." ((christianne klein)) up next on the valley's news leader... snapchat is on the defense... over one of its filters. ((paul joncich)) >> why some people say the company is promoting reckless and we hear snapchat's response./// announcer: you're watching 8 news now at
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snapchat is defending one of its filters... that allows users to superimpose their speed limit over pictures and video. police say the filter was being used... in the minutes leading up to a deadly crash. kris van cleave reports on the controversial feature. shows a driver accelerating first to what snapchat says is 82.6 miles-per-hour then to 115.6 miles-per-hour. (track 2) florida police say nine minutes after the clip was posted, 22-year-old pablo cortez and 19-year-old jolie (jo-lee) bartolome (bar-to-low-may) were killed. their car lost control, crossed the median of a tampa highway, and struck a minivan nearly head-on killing a mother, two of her children, and injuring three other people.
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not stopped crying. every time i think about it, it just replays in my mind." (track 3) it's not the first time snapchat has been linked to wreckless driving. (track 4) according to court documents, 18-year-old christal mcgee allegedly used snapchat's speed filter last year while topping out her mercedes sedan at 113 miles-per-hour. she then slammed into this gray mitsubishi... before snapchatting from a stretcher "lucky to be alive". (sot) (katie bassett) (rem263 @ 210924) "what has really made this app visual in-the-moment, right-now, what-am-i-doing." (track 5) katie bassett writes about snapchat for the consumer safety blog, safer america. (sot) (katie bassett) (rem263 @ 211233) "i think the speed filter was just another alluring, you now, feature that a lot of people liked. // so i think it's appealing for a user to have, but appealing in every wrong way." (track 6) (gfx in) in a statement to cbs this morning, snapchat says, "we actively discourage our community from using the speed filter while driving." (gfx out) (track 7) a "do not snap and drive" warning message is displayed in the app itself the first time
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enough. (sot) (katie bassett) (rem263 @ 211402) "i think that steps that should be taken are probably to take down some of these filters like the speed filter that doesn't really serve a direct purpose other than to have a user climb an excessive speed and capture it on video." ((christianne klein)) >> witnesses say that deadly crash was caused by street racing... but investigators say there was no evidence of that at the scene./// ((paul joncich)) people in north sumatra are keeping clear of a volcano... that started erupting this week. h a mile and a half into the sky yesterday. it's erupted dozens of times since then... with lava and ash covering the surrounding area. this is just one of 120 active volcanoes in indonesia... in an area know as the pacific "ring of fire."/// ((weather toss)) tedd florendo (( turned out to be a nice day today with winds subsiding and cooler 70's for our daytime highs. clouds mixed with a little
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north breezes and some high clouds around the region. winds are now light so far, but could see the return of some overnight breezes. ............. ...................... ........... turning to the radar clouds have streamed in from the south but we remain dry. we do see another upper level low around northern california that could increase wind again tomorrow but not expecting a round of strong wind this time around. moves onshore but we still remain dry. before another closed low comes into the desert southwest from northwest mexico and arizona bringing slight showers chances and clouds late week for mainly northern arizona. ................................ ... ................ looking around the's going to be a wet and cloudy halloween for the pacific northwest, while record breaking heat hits the southern plains and over to the southeast and
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temps there could reach into the 80's and summer-like temps will continue. ...................... ............. .................. tonight expect lows in the mid 50's and chilly by morning and the temps drop overnight and expect mostly clear skies to help aid that. looks like more sunshine with cooler highs again in the 70's to 60's for some parts of the region. we will see some breezes pick up, but they should not be what we saw on sunday nor will any wind alerts be issued. ... ................... neighborhood by neighborhood temps will climb to only the 70's for tuesday with the mildest temps over to the eastside of town where we're lower in elevation. coolest spots will be near the foothills and mount charleston as we set up for cool but comfortable tuesday. breezes will kick back in overnight giving way to some wind but staying mainly light breezes and not windy. ......... ..........................
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temps through most of the week, with warming by midweek and beyond. should jump up near 80 again and unseasonably mild for this time of year. first week of november stays cool and look for more clouds and wind to develop. breezes by midweek and showers in the northwest arizona mainly late workweek. ((christianne klein)) a new episode of 'bull' airs tonight at 9 right here on channel 8.
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what it takes to put on the drama. dk: bull star michael weatherly jokes around with reporters on the set of his new cbs drama. there's no doubt his castmates reporters on the set of his new cbs drama. there's no doubt his castmates love working with the former ncis star. ((jaime lee kirchner)) "michael's fantastic. he's a joy, he's always positive, i don't know how he does what he does, learn all charming. he really is the most charming person in the world." ((insert quick witty clip of weatherly talking from show)) ((michael weatherly)) "dr. jason bull. works in the world of trial analytics. trial sciences. and it's a very fascinating thing once you pull the curtain back on how jury's work." dk: "bull"' is inspired by the early career of dr. phil mcgraw,
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of all time. weatherly spent time consulting with dr. phil when preparing for his role in the show. ((insert clip of carr / morgan w/ nats - if possible from show)) dk: geneva carr plays "marissa morgan" - and ex homeland security analyst. she turned bull down when asked out on a date - so she was the first one he hired when starting his firm - the trial analysis corporation. ((marissa morgan byte)) "what we do on this show is trial science. dr. jason bull is a psychologist who's got this team of experts t the case." dk su: there is some very cool technology used here on the show bull to measure a jury's biometrics, to measure their expressions, and it all plays a vital role on how a jury decides each case. ((michael weatherly)) "we use a mock juror, which is someone we actually run a mock trail on. they come into this room or another location and we play out all the facts from the trial in front of them.
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party in front of the court looks plays a huge role on how the jury perceives that person. christopher jackson comes in handy here as fashion consultant "chunk palmer" ((chuck palmer)) "my role is to come in and try to steer the jury into at least looking at the perspective plaintiff or defendant in a way that gives them the best shot to be heard." ((insert quick clip of chunk palmer from show w/ nats - if possible froms freddy rodriguez as "benny colon", and annabelle attanasio who plays "cable mccrory" form the top-notch staff that creates winning strategies to tip the scales of justice in bull's clients' favor. in nyc .....dave kuharchik ((christianne klein)) >> again you can check out tonight's new episode of 'bull' right here on cbs... at nine./// ((paul joncich)) nevada debuts a brand new license plate.
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>> up next on the valley's news leader... we'll show you what it looks like... and tell you what you need to know if you want to get one of the new designs right away. announcer: you're watching 8 news now at
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i alone can fix it! bomb the [bleep] out of 'em. i'd like to punch him in the face. i like people that weren't captured, okay? he's a mexican! she ate like a pig... i moved on her like a [bleep] i did not say that... i love war. yes, including with nukes. blood coming out of her... they're rapists... wrong. there has to be some form of punishment. such a nasty woman. i wanna be unpredictable. ...on 5th avenue and shoot somebody... she's a slob... i don't remember! and you can tell them to go [bleep] themselves! priorities usa action is responsible
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it's out with the old and in with the new... for the license plates you'll see on cars across the state. ((christianne klein)) >> this familiar plate is on its last leg... and its being replaced with this plate... titled "home mea available immediately for drivers who request it. it will become standard issue once the old "sunset" plates run out of stock. the d-m-v says the new plate is supposed to reflect both the dry desert landscape of red rock canyon... as well as the rich, green forest of lake tahoe./// ((christianne klein)) we wanted to know what you thought about the new design. audy is all for it... saying "this is so much better than the one we have now! bryan disagrees...
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((paul joncich)) >> dennis says it's "okay by me. i don't know anybody that looks at the license plate in order to critique art." and vic posted this picture of the las vegas centennial commemorative plate... saying "they should all look like this." not sure how people up north would like that! you can sound off at six everyday... just go to our 8 news now facebook page./// ((christianne klein)) thanks for watching 8 news now at 6:30. ((paul joncich)) now at 11... have a good night./// as you make up your mind, remember -- congressman heck voted 10 times to defund planned parenthood.
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and predatory payday lenders and voted their way. he even wanted to privatize social security, risking it on the stock market. congressman heck just doesn't care about people like us. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. "she's a slob." "she ate like a pig." "i'd look her right in that fat, ugly face of hers..." donald trump calls women "bimbos", "dogs", and "fat pigs." nevada, there's a better choice: ruben kihuen. kihuen pushed to crack down on employers who pay women less than men. and kihuen will always protect a woman's right to choose. ruben kihuen for nevada.
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this is "jeopardy!" introducing today's contestants -- an english teacher from westfield, indiana... a freelance consultant from higganum, connecticut... and our returning champion, a non-profit resource development specialist from anchorage, alaska...
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and now here is the host of "jeopardy!" -- alex trebek! [ cheers and applause ] thank you, johnny. hi, folks. welcome to our show. people often ask me, "what do the contestants and you talk about at the end of each game?" well, at the end of yesterday's program, just after thea had won the game, i walked up to her and i said, "boy, you really came to play today." but that might also apply to our two challengers today, vivek and denver. let's see how it all works out. good luck. here we go. categories are... followed by...


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